aims to improve understanding of democratic process in the UK by explaining
in straightforward terms the steps that need to be taken by someone
who wishes to participate in an election. The people who can be assisted
by the information on this site are people who may wish to be candidates,
or they may be agents or party workers.
The purpose of this site is to de-mystify the electoral process so that
independent candidates or inexperienced candidates in smaller parties
can have equal access to the methods used by the major parties which have
built up a wealth of experience doing similar things over the years.
This should provide more of a level playing field between the established
parties and the independents, encourage democratic participation and
improve diversity in our elected representatives.
The site will take you through the process of conducting an election
in the UK and describe the steps the main parties use to maximise their
This site should really be called howtomaximiseyourvoteinaukelection.co.uk
but I just thought that was far too long and anyone looking for this
sort of information contained on this site is looking to win an election,
All information on this site relates to the UK only – other countries
may have different procedures.
the statistics offered to me by the Analytics Tool is used to monitor
the traffic on this site is the country of origin of my visitors. Don't
worry, I am not tracking ISPs. While most visitors are from the UK I
notice that I get some traffic from other countries. With this in mind
I hope people in other countries will not mind if I offer a very special
welcome to my visitors from Egypt, who may have more
cause than most to use the procedures in this guide very soon, and to
my sole visitor from Saudi Arabia who as yet may not.
Hopefully we will see visitors from Libya, Tunisia,
Bahrain and other states across that region researching
the democrat process very soon.
guys, the key is multi-party democracy; that includes the parties you
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